ITE Talks Transportation: Managing The Evolving Curbside

Curbspace is in higher demand than ever before, with ridesharing companies, freight delivery vehicles, vendors, and more attempting to share the scene. Meghan Mitman and Steve Davis with Fehr & Peers discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by this space, and share examples of dynamic way agencies and municipalities are managing the curb. They also talk about their work on the ITE Curbside Management Practitioners Guide.

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MaaS/MOD With Valerie Lefler, Feonix – Mobility Rising

Valerie Lefler, Executive Director at Feonix – Mobility Rising, joins us on the ITE Talks Transportation podcast to explore issues around Mobility as a Service/Mobility on Demand (MaaS/MOD). She highlights ways to ensure that underserved communities are not overlooked as the MaaS/MOD market continues to grow, the challenges and opportunities presented by new mobility options, and how to navigate regulations, policies, and data in the process.

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The Value Of Professional Development with MARTA’s Marsha Anderson Bomar

On this edition of the ITE Talks Transportation podcast, ITE Honorary Member Marsha Anderson Bomar discusses the various benefits that professional development can have on building one’s career. She touches on mentoring, soft skills, developing leadership capacities, and building connections to make the most out of your career path.

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New York City Congestion Pricing: From Idea to Reality, with Sam Schwartz, PE

Sam Schwartz, longtime New York City traffic engineer and CEO of Sam Schwartz Transportation Consultants, joins the ITE Talks Transportation podcast to discuss how congestion pricing is being implemented in NYC. He explains how the pricing may help drive congestion relief in New York City, steps the city is taking to set rules and regulations around the new surcharge, and where the funds generated by congestion pricing might be directed.

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Managing Mobility in Washington State: Roger Millar, WSDOT Secretary

Roger Millar, Secretary of Transportation at Washington State DOT in Olympia, Washington, highlights how the state is innovating when it comes to mobility as a service/mobility on demand and collaborating with partners across various municipalities and regions. He also addresses accessibility and equity issues, and provides an update on the SR 99 Viaduct Replacement, one of this year’s largest transportation engineering projects in the United States.

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Roger Millar, Secretary Washington State DOT

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Conversation with a Cruise Ship Captain

Marek Slaby has worked in the maritime field for nearly three decades. It’s a career that’s brought him from cargo vessels to cruise ships. During a cruise from Vancouver, British Columbia to Seward, Alaska aboard Royal Caribbean International‘s Radiance of the Seas we sat down with Captain Marek to learn a bit about what it’s like to captain a passenger ship and about the path that led him to the seas.

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